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MATH E MATICS;
IN TWO WOLUMES.
*...atl. Professor of Mathematics in the Roy Al, Mii, it ARY Acadextr.
THE FIFTH AMERICAN, FROM THE NINTH
corresponding Associate of the Academy of Dijon, Honorary Member of the Literary
the Royal Military Academy.
WITH THE ADDITIONS
ROBERT ADRAIN, LL.D. F.A.P.S. F.A.A.S., &c.
connected and imiproved.
Southern District of Mew-York, to wit:
* A Course of Mathematics; for the use of Academies as well as private tuition. In Two volumes. By Charles Hutton, LL.D. F.R.S., late Professor of Mathematics in the Royal Military Academy. The Fifth American from the Ninth London Edition, with many corrections and improvements. By Olinthus Gregory, LL.D. Corresponding Associate of the Academy of Dijon, Honorary Member of the Literary and Philosophical Society of New-York, of the New-York Historical Society, of the Literary and Philosophical, and the Antiquarian Societies of Newcastle upon Tyne, of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, of the Institution of Civil Engineers, &c. &c. Seeretary to the Astronomical Society of London, and Professor of Mathematics in the Royal Military Academy. With the Additions of Robert Adrain, LL.D. F.A.P.S.F.A. A.S., &c. and Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. The whole correctsd and improved.”
the right whereof he claims as proprietor. In conformity with an Act of Congress, en-
The present American edition is in part a reprint of the Ninth English edition by Dr. Olinthus GREGoRy, with most of the improvements introduced into former American editions by Dr. AdRAIN, together with such modifications of the English editions as appeared calculated to increase the general usefulness of the work. At the same time two or three Chapters, devoted to subjects of no great value at present to the American student, have been omitted, to leave room for matter of more interest and importance.